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    ~Marigold~ is offline You make me happy, when skies are grey
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    Does your shopping centre have those car trolleys that you can hire? I used to put DD in one almost every time we went out shopping because she hated her pram also only ever wanted to be carried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    Does your shopping centre have those car trolleys that you can hire? I used to put DD in one almost every time we went out shopping because she hated her pram also only ever wanted to be carried.
    Sorry! Thought I replied!
    Unfortunately no they don't. We only have small shopping centres. Nothing spectacular. I used to put him in a trolley if he wouldn't walk but ten the tantrums started! We still did it but man that made grocery shopping fun.
    The stroller seems to be working. He gets one chance to walk if he doesn't the stroller comes out. He happily sits in there as well.

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    Pram would be the way I'd go.
    If he flipped out, I would say "well you need to walk and hold hands".
    Try it but keep pram with you.

    I don't really like doing it that way as it makes the pram a "punishment" and could create more negative associations.... but safety comes first!

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    Strap him in his pram. He's only 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselhoff View Post
    The stroller seems to be working. He gets one chance to walk if he doesn't the stroller comes out. He happily sits in there as well.
    I bribe with food/toys etc as well if desperate lol.


 

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